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>> at last he was there. images of the little fellow coming out. >> yes, for sure. coming up, a military baby that surprised a soldier mom. she didn't know she was pregnant. i'm not sure how that happens. >> it does. baffling too. and later, going on a spiritual tour with katy perry, why she traveled so far away. how she stayed in touch. it is all coming up on "world news now." ♪ cherry chapstick ♪ undeniable >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. ♪ ♪
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♪ baby what a big surprise ♪ right before my very eyes ♪ oh and what a surprise it was. listen to this story. a british soldier stationed on the front lines of afghanistan gave birth to a baby boy.
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>> yeah. the woman didn't even know she was pregnant. i still don't get it. we get more from the bbc's carolyn wyatt. >> reporter: with a place used to dealing with death than new life, it was here at camp bastion that the baby was born. the soldier originally from fiji was close to the end of her six month tour. she is in the royal artillery. a few days ago she went to medics complaining of stomach pains. it was only then she learned she was pregnant. on tuesday the baby was born five weeks' premature. the soldier who has not been named by the m.o.d. conceived her child before being sent to afghanistan. the m.o.d. says mother and child are in stable condition and receiving the best possible care. the statement goes on to say it is not military policy to allow service women to deploy in operations if they are pregnant.
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but in this instance, the m.o.d. was unaware of the pregnancy. this is the first time a british soldier is known to have given birth on the front line, although more than 170 servicewomen have been sent home after that learned they were pregnant. this fueled debate if medical checks, routine pregnancy testing are needed before women are deployed to the front line. >> the soldier in question was extremely lucky that she was actually at camp bastion when she gave birth because there she's a properly established medical facility that could look after her properly. but if she had been sent out on patrol or working at a forward operating base, it may have been a very, very different story and the outcome may not be what it is. >> reporter: a team of medics is on the way to care for the mother and baby on their flight home. carolyn wyatt, bbc news. >> wow. >> wow. isn't that crazy? >> yeah. and it's not like she -- if she knew she was pregnant, she'sly could have left.
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200 servicewomen have left afghanistan. after learning they were pregnant. >> you can go home if you are pregnant. >> she didn't know. >> this was not a publicity stunt because she would have taken the first plane ride out of there. unbelievable. the woman. this is great. imagine this. pregnant the whole time. included training, 8-mile march and 5-mile run. pregnant. not knowing it. tough lady. >> i don't know. the discovery channel, i'm pregnant, dot, dot, dot. i'm pregnant and didn't know it. the woman, same situation. got sick. took a pregnancy test. came back negative. lost weight. tll were pictures of her six months' pregnant. she could not tell she was pregnant. she maintained her period. she had no idea. she literally gave birth in a bathtub. what is it coming out of me? a chide. it has happened. >> guess it happens. >> i was huge, no denying i was pregnant. katy perry at the top of the pop music charts. it isn't enough. >> how the singer is looking for more in her life and finding it. you are watching "world news now."
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♪ the taste of her cherry chapstick ♪ >> announcer: abc's "world news now" will continue after this from our abc stations.
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♪ baby, you're a firework ♪ come on left your colors burst ♪ >> all right. katy perry hitting gold with her music and love life has been giving her some trouble. >> yes, it has. maybe that is why the singer is on a journey, a spiritual quest so to speak taking her to new heights. abc's cecilia vega explains. >> reporter: she's known for kissing other girls. ♪ i kissed a girl and liked it >> reporter: and hanging out with california girls. ♪ california girls were undeniable ♪ >> reporter: and just when it seemed like this superstar's
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career couldn't climb any higher, there's katy perry on top of the world. it is a photo she tweeted wednesday to more than 26 million followers writing, i ate, i prayed, i climbed a volcano. >> i have not given myself two weeks of a breather to just deal with myself. ♪ wide awake >> reporter: perry is on an eat, pray, love journey of her own, from mysterious mountains to medications, tweeting all along the way. on monday she wrote, getting some expletives out of my chakras. over the weekend starting the day with a group meditate, breakfast of champions. and i can feel the phoenix rising. ♪ days like this i want to drive away ♪ >> reporter: why so much soul-searching for a 27-year-old? to start, there was that high-profile divorce from russell brand. what a year it has been.
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so much chronicled in katy's movie, "part of me." ♪ this is the part of me >> reporter: now this daughter of evangelical parents is on a spiritual quest others have taken. perry says she has crystals and a mantra, not saying what it is. i can't tell you that. i wish i could. it's really good. it might be my last words it might be part of my last dying breath. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> people mention, she had an evangelical upbringing, christian performing artist for a long time before she delved into secular music, so to speak. now she's going back. maybe she'll come full circle. >> who knows. maybe she's found her peace. >> let's hope she found her man. >> helping with a spiritual journey or another journey. >> helping her drain the bank account. >> she kissed john and she liked it. >> she did. i don't know what to say. keep talking.
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>> "insomniac theater" coming up. how about that? >> very good. >> we'll be right back. how about that? >> very good. >> we'll be right back.
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it is friday morning, and that means it's time for "insomniac theatre." we're going to take look at some of the new movies out this weekend. >> this morning, we have "end of watch" and first a look at a movie, clint eastwood and the chair. and justin timberlake, called "trouble with the curves kwgts -- not curves. curve. baseball, curveball. he has been a long-time scout. a very good scout for the atlanta braves. they're starting to question his judgment. especially with one of the nation's top prospects, about to enter the draft which i believe is played by justin timberlake. his daughter amy adams enters the picture and accompanies him on this scouting trip against her better judgment.
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she's a high-powered atlanta law firm lawyer. she decides to join him and help his fledgling career and help the braves believe in him a little more. here's what transpires on the scouting trip. >> i want you to drive straight to the airport. i don't need your pointy little nose in my business. >> i don't want anything to do with your business. i'm only here because -- >> gus goble. good to see you, man. it's johnny. >> johnny, little johnny. johnny "the flame" flanigan. >> nobody's called me that in a little while. >> only getting 56% approval rating on rotten tomato. i love the review. it doesn't hit a home run, but it's still worth catching it. forget about clint eastwood, in trouble with the curve he uses his gravelly rasp to talk to the audience who will respond to the old-fashioned movie maker. >> i can't stop watching the guy. i don't care if he's talking to a chair or has a gravelly voice. i love clint eastwood.
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end of watch, the new film, also with michael pena. and, it is basically a cop movie with lots of chases and shoot them ups and all this. really about two guys, bonding. let me read the plot to you a little bit. from the writer of "training day," good history here, it's a rishting action thriller, puts audiences at the center of a chase like never before. they're young lapd officers who discover the secret and go after dangerous drug cartel. >> this is the lifeblood of our organization. paperwork. the way red corpuscles carry blood to the body. >> good time bonding. chases. very good ratings. rotten tomatoes, 84%. jake with the shaved head. kind of macho, right. good for the cop look. >> looks good, with hair, without hair. >> you likey? >> yeah. >> it got good ratings. check it out. that's the news for this half hour. have a good weekend. >> that's the news for this half-hour. have a good weekend. ç%?x?xpcs6
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this morning on "world news now" -- draw down. the last u.s. troops from the surge in afghanistan have left the country. the pentagon says the surge strategy worked, but we remain a nation at war. it's friday, september 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson's on assignment. >> i'm paula faris on this friday. in just a moment we'll get a report from afghanistan on the turning point in the war. also this half hour, the wait is over. the iphone 5 hitting stores around the world today. enthusiastically. and hundreds of eager people already have their hands on the hottest gadget around. i'm going to wait until the iphone 6 comes out, and then maybe i can get that.
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>> i joked originally i would wait for the iphone 7. i said that years ago. almost here. coming up, a new restaurant opens its doors to the public but the staff can't get out. we will show you the prison restaurant where everything is cooked by the cons. >> huh. i'm not sure if i really want to go there. >> apparently it's fine cuisine. it's like part of their -- >> hamburger. >> there you go, you just don't want to send it back to the chef you know. tell him it is undercooked. >> shackle salad. later, kato kaelin stirs up a new controversy. what the former key witness is saying now about o.j. simpson and one of the most notorious double murders in our nation's history. but first a watershed moment in the nation's longest war, the troop surge in afghanistan is over. >> u.s. officials confirming the last of the surge forces have left the battlefield and country. tens of thousands of american troops remain on the ground and in harm's way. abc's mohamed lela from
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afghanistan, the details from the drawdown from kabul. >> reporter: defense secretary leon panetta calls it an important milestone, almost three years since a wave of additional u.s. troops deployed to afghanistan in a surge designed to cripple the taliban, defeat al qaeda, and give afghan forces sat part they need. -- forces the support they need. this morning, the last of those americans are out.last of those it was december 1, 2009, at west point, that president obama announced the surge. >> and as commander-in-chief i have determined it is in our vital national interest to send an additional 30,000 u.s. troops to afghanistan. >> reporter: at that time he also announced a schedule for their withdrawal, a goal that has now been met. 33,000 u.s. troops took part in the surge. 10,000 of them were out by july of last year. and the remaining 23,000 are now gone. but in his statement, the defense secretary had a sobering reminder saying, "it is important to underscore that even as our surge troops return home, there are roughly 68,000 americans who remain in a tough fight in afghanistan, alongside
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their nato and afghan partners. we are a nation at war." the human toll of the surge was tremendous. of the almost 2,000 u.s. casualties in afghanistan, 57% happened during the surge. now those who remain face the die-hard insurgents and the growing threat of insider attacks. the deadline to bring the final american troops home is still 2014. muhammad leila, abc news, kabul. zbhood news there, important to point out. 68,000 americans still in harm's way and still fighting. >> until the end of 2014. >> the danger now from insider attacks. three people killed last week. another one killed the week from afghan forces and being attacked working alongside americans. you're expecting the enemy over there, not next to you. >> dubious. straight on-attack. >> for sure. >> it's got to be a frightening situation to be in, you don't know who to trust.
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>> absolutely right. the white house is on the is on the defensive defensive over a deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. there were mounting question as -- questions about why ambassador chris stevens didn't have more security and if the administration didn't see the attack coming, or if they've did why didn't the white house now call it a terrorist attack? they haven't gone so far as to say it was methodically planned. >> it was a spontaneous, not a premeditated response to what had transpired in cairo. >> what happened in benghazi was not an anti-american protest, it was not as a result of a youtube video. it was an orchestrated anti-american terrorist attack. meanwhile in tripoli, libya's president joined mourners at a memorial for ambassador stevens and three americans killed in that attack. a notebook kept by the colorado movie theater shooting suspect was at the center of arguments during a court hearing. james holmes appearing in court with short brown hair instead of the orange seen before. prosecutors yesterday gave up their fight to see the notebook that holmes sent to a psychiatrist saying they didn't want to delay proceedings.
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well, analysts say they could still get their hands on it. >> if the defense pleads not guilty by reason of insanity, and i have every expectation they will, then the probability is that the prosecution will get to see this notebook. >> a judge yesterday also agreed to add ten attempted murder charges to the 142 counts holmes already faces. he's accused of killing 12, wounding nearly 60 others in the july attacks. basically they said, we're not going to pursue this. it will delay proceedings. if he pleads insanity as you heard, they will get their hands on it anyway because he waives privilege. ironically might be able to use it against him, it was premeditated how could it be insanity if premeditated. >> the two new felony charges they haven't been spelled out. he already faces 24 counts of first degree murder. 116 counts of attempted murder. now ten additional counts coming. >> and they said his appearance is different. his hair was shaved and he was a
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little more alert. looking around the room, looking at the media, family members, smiling at times. moving his mouth, not speaking. still bizarre behavior for him. well, former detroit mayor kwame kilpatrick faces the music today. he and three others go on trial in federal court charged with using the mayor's office to enrich themselves. kilpatrick resigned his office back in 2008 because of another scandal that sent him to prison for 14 months. this trial could last four months and send him behind bars for a decade if he's convicted. 16 members of an amish community in ohio have been convicted for hate crimes in a bizarre series of hair and beard-cutting attacks. federal prosecutors say that sam mullet and his followers aimed to humiliate victims over religious differences. the defendants never denied the attacks. but said they stemmed from a family feud. sentencing is scheduled for january. >> mullet, a classic last name. >> a muller, not mullet. >> florida convenience store. you might say he got a round of beer on the house.
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the knife-wielding man, he reached over the counter, yanked a wad of cash from the register. but he didn't get far. look at this. the clerk just grabbing a four-pack of beer, and just whipping the cans at the thief. the stunned robber drops the money. runs. but police eventually catch up with him because he smells like beer, i assume. >> that's good improvising there. beer cans. pulling the hockey move. pulling the shirt over. >> that must have hurt. ever been hit by a can of beer? >> no, i don't think i have ever been hit by a can of beer. been hurt after consuming cans of beer. >> now we just gave everyone an idea. sorry about that. >> there you go. apple iphone 5 goes on sale today, customers overseas are already picking them up. in japan this morning, smiling apple fans. among the first in world to get their new phones. apple is expected to sell 50 million phones by the end of the year. abc's tech editor, joanna stern already has one, and says it is remarkably thin, light and fast. >> it is much faster. the network speeds are much faster.
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websites are basically just popping up. so it's a real difference between this and past 3g iphones. >> all right. stern says the iphone's main advantage over the best droid phones, much easier to use. but there are already complaints about apple's new maps app full of errors. people want google maps back. >> siri, should we get the new iphone 5? >> he department he didn't answer. she didn't answer. >> i'm not sure what to say. >> there you have it. >> i think you should. >> the jury is still out. >> siri, is the 5 better than the 4? probably same thing. >> we're moving on. here is your friday forecast, everybody. morning fog in the northeast, late-day showers pittsburgh to detroit. louisville. you've got to say it like you have marbles in your mouth. >> louisville, louisville. >> mix of rain/snow. >> wisconsin. >> windy at times with scattered showers and thunderstorms through much of florida. florida. >> mostly 80s in the southeast. upper 60s and 70s in the middle of the country and northeast. 93, in dallas. 103, phoenix.
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pretty hot shot from a high school soccer game in massachusetts. >> straight from a corner kick, a one-legged player uses crutches during the games, look at this, volleys the ball straight past everybody right into the goal. nicoli is a senior at concord carlisle regional high in concord, massachusetts. that is awesome. >> it's totally awesome. look how fast he is on the crutches. he's no one-shot wonder either. he also plays on national amputee soccer team. after the goal we can see why. look at how quick he moves. >> he is -- has got some athletic prowess. he at age 13 became the first person ever to summit mt. kilimanjaro on crutches. >> awesome. >> scores a goal every now and then. good for him. >> cool dude. >> uh-huh. coming up a memorable witness in the oj simpson case changing his story. >> fine dining served in prison by prisoners? what diners have to say about correction system cuisine. a la cuisine. you're watching "world news now."
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♪ be our guest be our guest ♪ put our service to the test ♪ tie your napkin around your neck, cherie ♪ >> i like that song. there is a fantastic new restaurant in the most unlikely of places. >> it's called the clink, not for clink of glasses but for the location. we have more from the bbc's howell griffith. >> reporter: meet the chefs, sevening a long stretch. the clink offers fresh crab ravioli and goat's cheese tarts
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and mates like canyon reed hopes that working here will prepare them for working in the community. >> the first time i have had a proper job. so it is a good experience at the end of the day. >> reporter: the food at the restaurant is a world away from what the inmates eat themselves. they're paid 12 pound a week. but the clink denies that they're being exploited. all the prisoners who work in the clink are category d, the lowest risk. most within months of finishing their sentence. the ministry of justice insists they're not being given an easy time or an unfair advantage when it comes to competing for work on the outside. >> prison isn't just about punishment. prison is also about public protection. it's also about rehabilitation. >> reporter: if it is to survive the fickle restaurant business, the clink will need to be more than just a novelty. the first diners seemed impressed with the quality of the food. >> i had the rabbit, and it's absolutely delicious. the atmosphere here is lovely, it's much more relaxed than i thought it was going to be. the decor was fantastic.
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>> i came down here today as a bit of a tester, and i thought it was excellent. absolutely superb. >> i chose the beef cheeks, which i was expecting to be quite tender. they're in a red wine sauce which is very rich. but it is very nice. >> reporter: the min streep of -- ministry of justice already has plans to open two clinks a year across the uk. meaning fine dining behind bars could be on the way to a prison near you. >> you have to trust them with the knives? >> yeah, you do. i know these are not violent, violent offenders. these are kind of low-grade offenders. >> yes. >> pretty cool. 15 prisoners who work within farms and gardens at a jail. they harvest a lot of crops that get put into the dishes. >> remember the scene from "shawshank redemption." morgan freeman was having a problem reintegrating. it helps them reintegrate, ex-jailbirds, cons like me, reintegrate. they have something tangible to add to society. >> what are you whipping up? >> shish kabob. >> shackle sandwich.
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>> yeah, got that from upstairs from sandy. wonderful director. >> give credit where credit is due. >> actually pretty cool. and the reoffending rate is only 31% as opposed to 61%. for those that have not participated in the program. >> a good thing. >> teach a man to fish. don't just give him one. >> bingo. there you go. coming up, we'll be seeing much more of heidi klum, and she says she's not happy about it. >> you might be happy about it. and could an arrest cause fiona apple's career to go up in smoke. wasn't it already in smoke? it's all next. >> announcer: abc's "world news now" will continue after t
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ skinny so skinny all right. so heidi klum not ashamed to dress down into her skivvies, her bra and underwear as a victoria's secret model. she apparently likes to take it off, too, when she is on vacation. >> in france. >> yes. >> okay. european. >> yes. she's now threatening to sue because there, of course, were some pics taken of her topless
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on a private beach, a secluded beach. she was with her bodyguard, now boyfriend, without a bikini top. it's, the photos have surfaced on several web sites on vacation. and she is claiming that she potentially could sue over these topless pics. she's kind of waits to see how the kate middleton situation unfolds to see whether or not she should sue. >> i don't know. i guess she is not a royal. little different. if you are going to, if you are going to have them out there they're bound to get photoed. right? >> my feeling, if you are a celebrity, just keep it on. if you know what i mean? >> unless you don't care. >> exactly. all right. kato kaelin, world's famous house guest, o.j. simpson's house guest, seems he can't get his story straight whether or not he thinks o.j. did or not. according to tmz, brian kato kaelin is denying reports that he definitely knows simpson killed his wife. do i feel he is guilty, yes. can i prove it.
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no. he told headline news last week. he also reportedly told another paper, "the new york post," the statute of limitations passed now i can say, yes, he did it. apparently he's talking. >> hemming and hawing. back tracking, backpedaling. >> he says he did, he didn't. yeah, a little discrepancy there. oh, moving on. fiona apple, she's been bad, bad girl. >> really? >> arrested, releaisieased on b drug possession. >> okay. >> yes, she was at a border checkpoint in texas. and her tour bus was pulled over. and the little dog-sniffing, drug-sniffing dog discovered that she had pot. she was hauled to the county jail. and during the mug shot, she keeps her eyes closed and had a serious expression on her face. she freely admitted it belonged to her and she is sprung, bond the next day, $10,000. there she is, mug shot.
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>> that is some mug shot there. >> that is the jumpsuit they gave her in prison. >> what would you do if you had to do your mug shot? would you smile? look morose? what would you do? there is no way to win on a mug shot. >> never crossed my mind i would break the law. i would never break the law. >> i think i would smile. what the heck? put your best foot forward. lindsay lohan arrest, the video supports the chef's claim he was a hit-and-run victim. i'm giving credit to where the credit is true. but it also says that the chef might be exaggerating about it a little bit, that his injuries might be exaggerated. he says that -- the daily news says that he fell to the side and was in so much pain. apparently the video doesn't really show him falling after being struck. it shows him twirling around and following the car down the ramp. yeah, looks like he was hit. but, yeah, maybe he is making the most of it so to speak. she is still on probation. >> she is. speaking of lilo, she and
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another guy in the headlines, charlie sheen, have a tryst in the upcoming movie "scary movie 5." and there's a picture i want to show you. it is truly scary. they're allegedly sleeping together. ooirks
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you're watching "world news you're watching "world news now." >> sleep is overrated. ♪ tgif. it is -- finally friday. >> love that day. >> and it's been a super busy week in the news. >> yep. from the battles of war to the fights of politics, here's our "friday rewind." >> this was a very deliberate, well-planned, well-executed attack by the taliban that created chaos and mayhem on a base that should have been more secure. >> i am fed up with watching our seriously good soldiers waste their lives, have their lives wasted by people who are meant to be our friends. >> this has got to be making them rethink this, and prince
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harry too. i doubt he would want anyone to be in a more dangerous position because of his presence. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. there are those who believe they're entitled to health care, food, housing, to you name it. >> one of the things i have learned as president is, you represent the entire country. and my expectation is that if you want to be president, you've got to work for everybody, not just for some. >> our campaign has a secret weapon. and that secret weapon is speaking right now in tulsa, oklahoma. let's take a look. >> hello, i'm mitt romney. and i understand the hardships facing ordinary americans. for example, this summer, one of my horses failed to medal at the olympics. so i know hardship! >> this type of gutter journalism simply won't be
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tolerated. >> whatever the amount of damages the french court will award, it will be a fraction of the publicity that the magazine will have gained. >> this contract is a break with past practices and brings a fundamental change that benefits our children. >> trust is going to be a big issue. it's going to see how this contract is enforced. >> oh, so much better! oh. how are my little triplets doing? >> did you see this commercial by the way? did you see that? >> i didn't. i didn't. >> missed a lot while you were away. >> what was the commercial? >> for one of the water companies, not vitamin water, other water. >> smart water. >> smart water. yeah. >> takes off this thing, secret camera at home. she's got the belly. better keep reading.
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this morning on "world news now" -- iphone frenzy. apple's iphone 5 hitting stores this morning. >> for customers worldwide, the anticipation is finally over. but what are they really getting their hands on? it is friday, september 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." happy friday. so glad the weekend's here. i'm paula faris, everybody. >> say the word friday. i'm john muller. rob nelson is on assignment. a consumer and cultural ritual, the rollout of the new iphone. we're going to get to that in a moment. also ahead, tough questions for president obama about the deadly attack on americans in libya and why there wasn't better security. >> and coming up, the soccer
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game that was blast literally, with an explosive device that was tossed on the field. as you can see, that did not happen here in the states. >> wow. did you see them? they ran and they kept running. the players are milling around, what's up? game on. from quarterback to commander in chief, a lot of talk about politics in tim tebow's future. >> wonder what his platform would be. >> can you see if we get into trouble and tebow takes off the suit, puts on the shirt, bandanna, dagger in his mouth, goes out and kicks butt american style? on a roll here. >> totally on a roll. >> tebow out there like rambo. >> you have tebow mania. don't you? >> pretty tough guy. a lot of people have iphone mania. begin with one of the product launches. iphone 5 will go on sale in stores in a matter of hours. here in new york outside of
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all the city apple stores there are hundreds of people waiting to get inside to be among the first to purchase the longer, slimmer, lighter version of the iphone. goes on sale at 9:00 a.m. goestorlinechat 9:00 a.m. o some of the customers waiting for days during rainstorms. others expressed concerns that the apple factories might not be able to keep up with demand. >> and analysts predicting that 10 million new iphones will sell by the end of september. that's what? only a week's worth of time? 10 million. the sales frenzy could boost the american economy by $3 billion by end of the year. fourth quarter alone. ounin tw arter alone. months. as we report, some people in line are selling their spots to the highest biddero cf lines for t the iphoneses. he brings his friends, some overnight gear, and just waits. but this year he is looking to
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turn his patience into a profit. holding out for the big bucks? >> holding out for the big bucks, yeah, maybe $1, >> reporter: fo yod sprter: fo youhave >> if i get the right offer, i'm definitely willing to sell my spot. >> reporter: danielle took it one step further. she already has the iphone 5. >> i preordered my phone on the 14th. i am here to sell my spot. >> reporter: any offer for her spot in line is a profit. >> no i am not like really waiting for anything. >> reporter: kevin murray isn't interested in owning the iphone 5. >> i don't need all that. i have a house phone. this is fine. whatever comes about, we'll see what's going on. but he is interested in a little fast cash. >> die an . >> diane pa think reporting. >> apple's iphone 5 is not perfect. its new operating system does away with google maps and
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inserts its own maps program instead. and users have found problems with it. including whole towns are missing. a museum in the middle of a river. and a satellite image blurred by clouds. tom tom and yelp. >> bigger screen. faster. >> our abc tech perst they took 2 million preorders within the first 24 hours -- >> that's amazing. >> -- when they offered it last week. they expect to sell 10 million by monday. not by the end of the month. but by monday. 10 million. >> makesd to japanese mach gont.cf1in line in tokyo to bu job action that's despite conducting what they call informational picketing at chicago's o'hare airport. american's been forced to cancel 300 flights this week alone because pilots are purposely calling in sick and filing excessive maintenance requests. the pilots deny all of that. and a court-appointed trustee here in new york says checks are in the mail to some of bernard madoff's victims. checks totaling $2.5 billion
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have been sent to people ripped off in the ponzi scheme. that's only half of the valid claims made by former madoff clients. of the $17 billion lost in that fraud case, only $9 billion has been recovered. secretary of state hillary clinton announced an investigation into the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. but some in congress are calling for an independent review of what the administration is knew calling a terrorist attack. here's abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: it was the very first question for president obama at a univision forum in miami why wasn't there more security at the u.s. consulate in libya? he didn't directly answer. >> when the initial events happened in cairo and all across the region, we worked with secretary clinton to redouble our security. our goal now is to not only make sure our embassies and diplomats are safe but also to make sure we bring those who carried out these events to justice. >> reporter: the white house for the first time called the assault on the consulate a terrorist attack, but there are mounting questions about how it all happened.
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>> was there actionable intelligence prior to this attack? and if there was not, why not? >> reporter: the administration suggested there was no advanced warning because the attack was a spontaneous reaction to the anti-muslim video that sparked protests in egypt last week. >> what this began was a spontaneous, not premeditated response to what transpired in cairo. >> reporter: republicans say that is just not right. >> it shows the what happened in benghazi was not an anti-american protest, it was not the result of a youtube video, an orchestrated anti-american terrorist attack. >> it shows the level of their -- the abysmal level of their knowledge about fundamental aspects of terrorist attacks and militant operations. >> reporter: a top intelligence official told congress that al qaeda likely did play a role, regardless of whether it was a preplanned or spontaneous attack. meanwhile in tripoli at a memorial for the four americans killed, libya's president paid a tribute to ambassador chris
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stevens as a friend of the libyan people. there were reports thursday that ambassador stevens believed he was on a terrorist hit list. secretary clinton and other u.s. officials said there is absolutely no reason to believe that is true. jonathan karl, abc news, washington. >> certainly a lot of second-guessing going on. >> cnn was reporting that libyan sources told the u.s. embassy personnel on the ground, they said, decrease your benghazi presence. and the libyans were scared to death because they knew some of this was unfolding. of course, that has not been verified by the white house. >> very interesting. representative adam smith, democrat from washington, ranking member of the armed services committee, dismissed concerns and says that there was adequate protection and added there was no actionable intelligence to suggest a terrorist attack was imminent. >> but the white house is confirming it was an act of terrorism, even though the president wouldn't have come out and actually say that.
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he less his spokesman say that, jay carnie. soccer fans around the world have a reputation for craziness. here an example it is just downright dangerous. in iran, between a local team in yellow and a team from saudi arabia in white. and everything was fine. the linesman calls the referee over, and pointing out objects being thrown on to the pitch. look at number 40, yellow. tosses something to the side. and it's going to explode. you heard it there and saw the camera shake. the rest hightail it out of there. the game was delayed for a few minutes but concluded without further incident. no one was injured. and the game ended. and the game ended in a draw. if that happened. let's not just delay the game. >> cancel the game. >> and empty out the stadium. let everybody know this is completely unacceptable. >> guess that's not how they roll. >> can't have explosives. not enough there is fist fighting. >> whatever else is going on. >> are we done with our sermon? anybody who has got a brain
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would agree. >> let's get off the pulpit. friday forecast. scattered showers, gusty wind, isolated storms across florida. cooler, showers, buffalo, pittsburgh, louisville, and detroit. wintry mix this evening in northern minnesota and wisconsin. >> it's louisville. >> louisville. >> there you go. 58 in minneapolis. >> 68 in detroit. 78 in baltimore. headed next week with my girlfriend. >> 80 in new orleans. >> new orleans. >> all right. >> northern rockies. 70s in the central plains. >> all right. well, marine experts in massachusetts have a very big job on their hands, and we do mean gigantic. take a look at this enormous creature, washed ashore in cape cod, a rare leatherback sea turtle. 7 feet long. more than 600 pounds. the turtle was rescued and transferred to the new england aquarium. >> the staff at the aquarium's animal care center says the turtle is underweight at 600 pounds. >> underweight. >> lethargic. they're hoping to nurse him back to health soon. >> the largest of the sea
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creatures. and the driest. >> most lethargic at the moment. >> i do not want to be the turtle. >> no. >> coming up. what our friend and colleague, robin roberts has to say about the well-wishes and prayers. >> later, tim tebow's next move. not that you didn't hear all about it from john muller. move from football to the political arena. you are watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. [ nicole ] so i'm trying
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got ready for her bone marrow transplant. >> reporter: in a hospital room, a champion is showing the power of her heart. >> this journey is as much about the mind as it is the body. you have to change the way you think in order to change the way you feel. and let me just say this last ly. i feel the love, and thank you for it. thank you. >> reporter: after 11 days in the hospital preparing for her bone mary row transplant. >> we're going to put the new bone marrow cells, preparing for her bone marrow transplant. we have been in the kind of tearing down phase, get everything ready to accept the new cells. >> reporter: in the last eight
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days, intense chemotherapy, and even some one as strong as robin felt it. >> she was a powerhouse, but she feels crummy. it is hard to get up and even move around in the room. this is someone who is used to 50-hour days. >> surrounded by sally ann, dorothy, and her friends. before it begins the room grows quiet. and sally ann makes robin smile with an old song about getting this job done. ♪ fill with lumber, coal, and hay ♪ ♪ she's a good old worker and a good old pal ♪ ♪ 15 years on the old canal >> reporter: and her pastor leads all of us in prayer. >> so right now we bless this moment. >> reporter: and her father and mother are looking done watching over her. her brother, her sisters, her beloved family at "good morning america," and all of us at abc linking arms around her as you at home watch and join this cathedral of prayer. >> that whole process took 30 to 60 minutes. and now it's just keeping her safe and kind of in a germ-free zone because her body is -- her
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immune system is so low. >> listen to this. even though her sister's a perfect match, robin's system will still try to attack these donor cells. doctors will work to prevent any symptoms of graft versus host disease when there is rejection of bone marrow transplant. so even though it's a perfect match, it's still a battle to make sure it's not rejected. >> it's still unclear how long she will be out. it's determined by how her body responds to the bone marrow transplant. the markers typically come at 30 days and then 100 days post-transplant. just keep her in your thoughts and prayers. all going to be how her body reacts. >> there is nobody stronger than that woman, right? >> i can't think of a single person. >> incredibly inspiring. >> it's why i'm wearing my little bracelet. >> no doubt about it. tim tebow answers to a higher power. is higher office in his future? >> that's very interesting. what's next after the gridiron glory is gone? you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: abc's "world news now" will continue after this
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need a football. >> hut,. need a football. >> hut, hut. >> i want to take a snap. want to see you snap it. >> former high school quarterback, right? >> well, not exactly, no. my high school didn't have a football team, but i played peewee leagues. >> peewee leagues doesn't count. i played flag football. come on. >> peewee leagues, it was tougher than you think. anyway, we hear the music. we know it's time for football. >> week three in the nfl under way, thanks to thursday night football. giants obliterating carolina. week three of the "world news
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now" nfl picks competition upon us. it is upon us. you can see the featured games along with my picks, those of rob's and the commiss. we have lion/titans along with all the other pings. >> okay. calling all football fans -- football fans, wnnfans.com. >> up there now. vote until the games start. which is 1:00 eastern time p.m. sunday. don't just list your picks as a comment. make sure you go to the particular page and vote because otherwise we won't be able to tab lawsuit. vote. >> hit the click. >> vote. click. >> how about my giants, huh, huh, huh? >> last day. >> 2-1. is that right, 2-1? >> yes. >> what would be the definition of a dream political candidate, name recognition, a proven record of success, and value. >> it seems one man has them all. quarterback tim tebow says he wouldn't rule out a run for
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office. abc's dan harris has the story. >> reporter: if he runs, he could be a strong candidate, both literally as illustrated in this behind-the-scenes video shot by "vogue" magazine for an article that hits newsstands next week. in it, tebow makes clear he is looking past his football career. there are a lot of goals and ambitions i have in life, things i went to accomplish. who knows it could be politics one day. >> at the end of the day how i define success and your ability to influence others in a positive way. people will forget championships, trophies, or awards. >> reporter: tebow made similar noises about a political career in an interview with abc's sister network, espn. i haven't ruled it out, he said. now granted this potential political career is all theoretical right now. but let's game out how viable he could be. sure tebow is controversial with his open displays of religiosity
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rubbing people the wrong way. but he's also known for his come-from-behind victories that leave skeptics stammering, and he has undeniable appeal. >> tebow! >> he's got bill clinton care s charisma to me. he completely connects with whomever he is talking to. >> reporter: as of yet there is no potential first lady on the scene. the 25-year-old insisting he is staying a virgin until marriage. although he did tell "vogue" what he is looking for in a woman. looks play a big part. being attracted to someone plays a big part. there's also so much more than that for me. it's about finding someone sweet and kind and that has a servant's heart. one other variable, maybe tebow will run for vice president instead as a new member of the new york jets he has shown a willingness to play second fiddle to starting quarterback mark sanchez. it is not fake. i can honestly say i am rooting
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okay. so this has got to be one of the cutest -- okay. so this has got to be one of the cutest -- >> waiting to see the video. >> -- videos that i have ever seen. i am not a huge animal lover. this is adorable. it happens at a zoo, a petting zoo. a little goat is literally drowning in the pond. you can hear the goat crying. take a look at it. out of nowhere this, i knew pigs could fly. i didn't know pigs can swim. you will see the pig do the piggy paddle over to the goat and then nudges the goat over to shore. this is cpr. this is a fetter tied pig rescue. and then they both just go on their way. >> how adorable, man. >> they're both. >> just in a day's work. he's got my back. >> i didn't know pigs can swim. >> quite well. >> take a look at this. you look to camp? >> i love camping.
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>> this is pretty cool. take a look at this. this is inspired by the sydney opera house. do you see the triangle thing? that's camper. the inside. one of the pop-ups. hook it up to your pickup truck. and you drive with it. and talk about opulence. >> not buying it. >> only one we got. a small little pop-up. >> how much? >> $37,000. it's very cool. >> that's not camping. but this is your friday polka, everybody. enjoy! ♪ ♪ [ instrumental ""world news now" polka plays ]
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this morning on "world news now" -- hot seat. president obama facing tough questions about immigration and broken campaign promises. >> one day after mitt romney was put on the spot in a miami townhall meeting. it is friday, september 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." happy friday, everybody. we made it to the weekend. >> tgif. >> i'm paula faris. i think. >> thank god it's friday. you are paula faris last time i checked. >> when was the last time you checked? just now? >> days ago. you were gone. >> glad to be back. i was in texas. >> blowing the lid off something big down there? >> yes. we'll bring it soon. good to be back. >> you said you had good texas barbecue too. >> amazing barbecue. and i might have had a margarita or two. it goes with the territory,
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right? >> i'm john muller, by the way. last time i checked. rob nelson is on assignment. the presidential campaign in our top story. then we'll talk travel turmoil. the labor and budgetary pains that american airlines are going through right now. delayed flights and what analysts are saying to you if you plan to book a ticket with them. also over the skies, history in the skies over the southwest part of our nation as the space shuttle "endeavour" gets one step closer to its final home. this is an emotional journey. and later from the shuttle's journey to the spiritual journey, katy perry's deep thoughts on her big vacation from her personal life and the public stage. but first on this friday morning, president obama was in the hot seat before a hispanic audience on univision last night a day after mitt romney was there. >> mr. obama is likely to get the lion's share of the hispanic vote, but that didn't give him a free pass. with 46 days to the election, karen travers is following the campaign. good morning, karen. good morning, paula. good morning, john. a big opportunity for president
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obama and mitt romney to make their case to latino voters. president obama has a big lead among that key voting group, but he had to defend his lack of results on immigration. at a univision forum, president obama pushed his immigration policies. but he also got another chance to jab mitt romney for his comments in that leaked video. >> when you express an attitude that half the country considers itself victims, that somehow they want to be dependent on government, my thinking is maybe you haven't gotten around a lot. >> the president said he disagreed with romney's take that many americans take that many americans want or expect something from the government. >> we've gone through a challenging time. people want a hand up, not a handout. >> the president has a massive lead over romney among latinos, about a 2-1 margin. romney was pressed to be more specific about what he would do with illegal immigrants living in the u.s. >> so you are going to deport them or not, i am not clear. >> i have some friend
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apparently. i'm not in favor of a deportation -- mass deportation effort, rounding up 12 million people. >> the president also faced tough questions on immigration, and he admitted he broke his campaign promise by not getting reform legislation. paula, john, he called it his biggest failure. >> yeah. >> he's getting skewered on the comment saying you can't change from washington from inside, you have to change it from the outside. the romney camp pounced on that one. >> they grilled him. a promise is a promise. social security, medicare, and immigration reform were his promises he said he was going to get those done within his first term. >> right. >> he says he hasn't been able to work bipartisan -- with bipartisan support. >> yes. >> i thought this was interesting too. we talk deportation. so far in 3 1/2 years on obama's clock, he key ported 1.4 million illegal immigrants. whereas 2 million total spanning bush's eighth years. so already 1.4, close to 2
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million. that just tangibly gives you a number there. >> all right. we'll see what happens with immigration and see if mitt romney can take the latest comments that obama made and make these stick for a little while and get the focus off the comments he made on that undercover tape. >> political drama. >> got to love it. how many more days? >> 46. last month the biggest fund-raising month for the president re-election campaign. president obama and the democratic party reported raising $114 million in august. much of it came from grassroots donations from more than 1 million supporters. meantime mitt romney and gop raising $111 million last month and thain and that include as $20 million campaign loan from a washington bank. pentagon officials confirming a milestone in the war in afghanistan. the last of the u.s. troops sent there in the surge are now out of the country. almost three years after president obama ordered an additional 33,000 troops to battle the taliban and al qaeda, the final wave, left on schedule. but the defense secretary leon panetta says it is important to remember that there are still
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68,000 u.s. troops there, and we are a nation at war. the teenager accused in a terror plot in chicago celebrates his 19th birthday in jail. adel daoud was denied bond at a court hearing yesterday. he was accused of trying to blow up a bar in a downtown chicago with a fake bomb as part of an fbi sting. prosecutors claim he told an undercover agent he wanted to mount an attack because the u.s. was at war with islam and muslims. also from chicago, new evidence the anger that pilots are expressing against american airlines. they called this their informational picketing at o'hare airport. the airline is facing labor unrest amid flight cancellations and scheduling problems. and as abc's jim avila reports, things are so tense, a couple of flight attendants got personal in front of the passengers. >> reporter: more american airlines delays, but not like four hours passengers suffered flew chen two flight attendants reportedly argued about a cell phone. one taking to the p.a. and
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ordering all cell phones off, saying according to reports, including other flight attendant. the dispute forced the captain to turn back from the jfk runway and change crews. american's fight is all labor-related, delaying nearly 40% of the bankrupt airlines' flights. most forced late or canceled by an unprecedented and very significant increase in maintenance issues. abc news has learned the faa is concerned enough to stepped up scrutiny of american during its bankruptcy. so far no indication safety's been compromised. but federal monitors are making more ramp checks and fly-alongs with pilots to make sure. flights we s were punctual only of the time. normal for september is 82%. american blames pilots who they say are calling in sick 20% more than normal and overreporting maintenance issue, leading to 547 delays compared to 100 on a normal day. the pilots union says there is
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no sanctioned work action under way. >> my advice is until things get straightened out with the operation, if you have a choice, you ought to book another airline. >> reporter: the question for american is even if it survives bankruptcy, can it survive fighting crews and the damaged customer confidence left behind. jim avila, abc news, washington. >> this is a nightmare for american. if you're going to book a flight right now, are you going to pick american if all things are equal and flights are similar price? will you take the chance yours is the one that gets canceled? >> you heard from the gentleman from "the wall street journal," but several prominent travel gurus say it's still too early to book kwa from american. >> that's right. >> they're only projecting they're going to cancel or delay 2% of their total flights through the end of october because of this dispute. >> 300 this week though. and if you're on one of those, that might as well be every single flight. you know what i mean? >> i didn't fly american. >> you didn't? >> no. >> okay. >> i flew like this. >> you did. were your arms tired?
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>> yes, but they're buff, right? speaking of flying, space shuttle "endeavour" is overnighting at edward air force base in california nearing the end of its historic journey west. this is a homecoming of sorts. the shuttles assembled nearby and tested at edwards. later this morning, "endeavour" will take off again and flow lie over sacramento, san francisco, as well as silicone valley before arriving in los angeles where it will live out its days at a science museum. and on the way cross-country, "endeavour" is saluting the people who made the shuttle possible. yesterday it flew low over tucson where former congresswoman gabby giffords and mark kelly, her husband, were watching. the commander on the "endeavour" and mark kelly were watching. the commander on the "endeavour" final mission, he requested it to honor her why who championed the program in congress >> she looks like a million bucks, great. good for her. all right. it's here, everybody. the iphone 5 arrived today, and fans are counting the hours. >> whoa!
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>> in asia, the wait is finally over. some 800 people waited outside the store in downtown tokyo for days. apple made major changes in the version of the phone. expected to be a blockbuster. as many as 10 million units could be shipped by end of the month. >> you want to buy my old one? >> yeah, sure. i'll give you -- how much would be a fair price for that? >> i'll give you a good deal. >> good deal? >> $6.89. >> for the phone? >> plus $300 for the adapter. >> there you go. i knew there was a catch for this one. moving along, a new mother in massachusetts. she has technology to thank for letting her boyfriend be as close as possible during her delivery. >> yeah, this is something. alyssa girard gave birth to a baby, liam, last weekend. the problem is liam's dad is serving in afghanistan and connected on skype through the labor and through liam's arrival. >> the father was watching with his cousin who is coincidentally stationed at the same exact base. all went well and now they have to wait for tony to get home to meet the baby.
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>> that's great. >> you know, that's one of those moments you'll never forget. and, of course, he wanted to be there in person. at least he was there via skype. >> at last he was there. yeah, exactly. he's got those images of that little fellow coming out. >> yeah, that's for sure. coming up, a military baby that surprised a soldier mom. she didn't know she was pregnant. i'm not sure how that happens. >> it does. baffling too. and later, going on a spiritual tour with katy perry, why she traveled so far away. and how she's stayed in touch. it's all coming up on "world news now." ♪ cherry chapstick ♪ undeniable >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. ♪ ♪
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♪ baby what a big surprise ♪ right before my very eyes ♪ oh and what a surprise it was. listen to this story. a british soldier stationed on the front lines of afghanistan gave birth to a baby boy. >> yeah.
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the woman didn't even know she was pregnant. i still don't get it. we get more from the bbc's carolyn wyatt. >> reporter: with a place used to dealing with death than new life, it was here at the field camp, camp bastion, that the baby was born. the soldier originally from fiji was close to the end of her six month tour. she is in the royal artillery. a few days ago she went to medics complaining of stomach pains. it was only then she learned she was pregnant. on tuesday the baby was born five weeks' premature. the soldier, who's not been named by the m.o.d., had conceived her child before being sent to afghanistan. the m.o.d. says both mother and child are in stable condition, receiving the best possible care. the statement goes on to say it is not military policy to allow service women to deploy in operations if they are pregnant. but in this instance, the m.o.d. was unaware of the pregnancy. this is the first time a british soldier is known to have given birth on the front line,
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although more than 170 servicewomen have been sent home from iraq and afghanistan after discovering they were pregnant. this unusual case has fueled debate for medical checks, routine pregnancy testing are needed before women are deployed to the front line. >> the soldier in question was extremely lucky that she was actually at camp bastion when she gave birth because there she's a properly established medical facility, which could look after her properly. but if she had been sent out on patrol or working at a forward operating base, it may have been a very, very different story and the outcome might not have been what it is. >> reporter: a specialist team of medics is now on its way to camp bastion to care for the mother and baby on their flight home. carolyn wyatt, bbc news. >> wow. >> wow. isn't that crazy? >> yeah. and it's not like she -- if she knew she was pregnant, she easily could have left. about 200 servicewomen have left
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afghanistan after learning they were pregnant. >> you can go home if you are pregnant. >> she didn't know. >> this was not a publicity stunt because she would have taken the first plane ride out of there. unbelievable. the woman -- this is great too. imagine this. pregnant the whole time. included training, 8-mile march and 5-mile run. pregnant. not knowing it. tough lady. >> i don't know. the discovery channel, i'm pregnant, dot, dot, dot. i'm pregnant and didn't know it. and this woman, kind of the same situation. she gets sick. she actually took a pregnancy test. it came back negative. she lost a bunch of weight. there were piers of her six months' pregnant. she could not tell she was pregnant. >> all right. >> she maintained her period. she had no idea. she literally gave birth in a bathtub. what is it coming out of me? a chide. it has happened. >> guess it happens. >> i was huge, no denying i was pregnant. well, katy perry is at the top of the pop music charts, but it isn't enough. >> how the singer's looking for
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♪ baby, you're a firework ♪ baby, you're a firework ♪ come on left your colors burst ♪ all right. katy perry hitting gold with her music, and her love life has been giving her some trouble. >> yes, it has. maybe that's why the singer is on a journey, a spiritual quest so to speak taking her to new heights. abc's cecilia vega explains. >> reporter: she's known for kissing other girls. ♪ i kissed a girl and i liked it ♪ >> reporter: and hanging out with california girls. ♪ california girls were undeniable ♪ >> reporter: and just when it seemed like this superstar's career couldn't climb any
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higher, there's katy perry on top of the world. it is a photo she tweeted wednesday to more than 26 million followers, writing, i ate, i prayed, i climbed a volcano. sound vaguely familiar? >> i have not given myself two weeks of a breakthrougher to just deal, you know, with myself. ♪ wide awake >> reporter: perry is on an eat, pray, love journey of her own, from mysterious mountains to medications, tweeting all along the way. on monday she wrote, getting some expletives out of my chakras. over the weekend, starting the day with a group meditate, breakfast of champions. and i can feel the phoenix rising. ♪ days like this i want to drive away ♪ >> reporter: why so much soul-searching for a 27-year-old? to start, there was that high-profile divorce from russell brand. what a year it has been. so much of it chronicled in
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perry's movie, "part of me," ♪ this is the part of me >> reporter: now this daughter of evangelical parents is on a spiritual quest others have taken. perry tells "elle" magazine she's got crystals and a mantra, not saying what it is. i can't tell you that. i wish i could. it's really good. it might be my last words it might be part of my last dying breath. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> people really -- like cecilia mentioned, she had a strong evangelical upbringing. she was actually a christian performing artist for a long time before she delved into the secular music, so to speak. now she's going back. maybe she'll come full circle. >> who knows. maybe she's found her peace. >> let's hope she found her man. >> helping with a spiritual journey or another journey. >> i'm helping her drain her big bank account. >> she kissed john and she liked it. >> she did. i don't know what to say.
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keep talking. >> "insomniac theater" coming up. how about that? >> very good. >> we'll be right back. ck. how about that? >> very good. >> we'll be right back.
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it is friday morning, and that means it's time for "insomniac theatre." we're going to take look at some of the new movies out this weekend. this morning we have jake gyllenhaal's "end of watch" flick and first a look at a movie, clint eastwood and the chair. and justin timberlake, called "trouble with the curves" -- not curves. curve. baseball, curveball. he has been a long-time scout. a very good scout for the atlanta braves. but they're starting to question his judgment, especially with one of the nation's top prospects about to enter the draft, which i believe is played by justin timberlake. his daughter amy adams enters the picture. she actually companies him on this scouting trip against her better judgment. she's a high-powered atlanta law
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firm lawyer and decides to join him and help his fledgling career and help the braves believe in him a little more. here's what transpires on the scouting trip. >> i want you to drive straight to the airport. i don't need your pointy little nose in my business. >> i don't want anything to do with your business. i'm only here because -- >> gus goble. good to see you, man. it's johnny. >> johnny, little johnny. johnny "the flame" flanigan. >> nobody's called me that in a little while. >> okay. it's only gets 56% approval rating on rotten tomei toe. i love the review. it doesn't hit a home run, but it's still worth catching it. forget about clint eastwood, in trouble with the curve he uses his gravelly rasp to talk to the audience who will respond to the old-fashioned movie maker. >> i can't stop watching the guy. i don't care if he's talking to a chair or has a gravelly voice. i love clint eastwood. all right. "end of watch" is the new film,
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also with michael pena. and it's basically a cop movie with lots of chases and shoot them ups and all this. really about two guys, bonding. let me read the plot to you a little bit. from the writer of "training day," good history here, it's a riveting action thriller, puts audiences at the center of a chase like never before. they're young lapd officers who discover the secret and go after dangerous drug cartel. >> this is the lifeblood of our organization. paperwork. the way red corpuscles carry blood to the body. >> good time bonding. chases. very good ratings. rotten tomatoes, 84%. jake with the shaved head. kind of macho, right. good for the cop look. >> looks good, with hair, without hair. >> you likey? >> yeah. i'll go see it. >> it got good ratings. check it out. that's the news for this half hour. have a good weekend. >> that's the news for this half-hour. have a good weekend. ç%?xs6
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this morning on "w this morning on "world news now" -- draw down. the last u.s. troops from the surge in afghanistan have left the country. the pentagon says the surge strategy worked, but we remain a nation at war. it's friday, september 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson's on assignment. >> and i'm paula faris on this friday. in just a moment we'll get a report from afghanistan on the turning point in the war. also this half hour, the wait is over. the iphone 5 hitting stores around the world today. enthusiastically. and hundreds of eager people already have their hands on the hottest gadget around. i'm going to wait until the iphone 6 comes out, and then maybe i can get that. >> you know, i joked originally
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i would wait for the iphone 7. i said that years ago. almost here. coming up, a new restaurant opens its doors to the public but the staff can't get out. we're going to show you the prison restaurant where everything is cooked by the cons. >> huh. i'm not sure if i really want to go there. >> apparently it's really fine cuisine. it's like part of their -- >> hamburger. >> there you go, you just don't want to send it back to the chef you know. tell him it is undercooked. >> shackle salad. later, kato kaelin stirs up a new controversy. what the former key witness is saying now about o.j. simpson and one of the most notorious alleged double murders in our nation's history. but first a watershed moment in america's longest war. the troop surge in afghanistan is over. >> u.s. officials confirming the last of the surge forces have left the battlefield and country. tens of thousands of american troops remain on the ground and in harm's way. abc's muhammad lela from afghanistan, the details from the drawdown from kabul. >> reporter: defense secretary leon panetta calls it an
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important milestone, almost three years since a wave of additional u.s. troops deployed to afghanistan in a surge designed to cripple the taliban, defeat al qaeda, and give afghan forces sat part they need. this morning, the last of those americans are out. it was december 1, 2009, at west point, that president obama announced the surge. >> and as commander in chief, i have determined it is in our vital national interest to send an additional 30,000 u.s. troops to afghanistan. >> reporter: at that time he also announced a schedule for their withdrawal, a goal that has now been met. 33,000 u.s. troops took part in the surge. 10,000 of them were out by july of last year. and the remaining 23,000 are now gone. but in his statement, the defense secretary had a sobering reminder, saying, "it is important to underscore that even as our surge troops return home, there are roughly 68,000 americans who remain in a tough fight in afghanistan, alongside their nato and afghan partners.
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we are a nation at war." the human toll of the surge was tremendous. of the almost 2,000 u.s. casualties in afghanistan, 57% happened during the surge. now those who remain face the diehardin sur gents and the growing threat of insider attacks. the deadline to bring the final american troops home is still 2014. muhammad lila, ba c news, kabul. >> good news there, important to point out. 68,000 americans still in harm's way and still fighting. >> until the end of 2014. >> the danger now from insider attacks. three people killed last week. another one killed the week from afghan forces and being attacked working alongside americans. you're expecting the enemy over there, not next to you. >> dubious. green-on-blue attack. >> for sure. >> it's got to be a frightening situation to be in, you don't know who to trust.
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>> absolutely right. the white house is on the is on the defensive over a deadly attack of the u.s. consulate in libya. there were mounting question as -- questions about why ambassador chris stevens didn't have more security and if the administration didn't see the attack coming, or if they've did why didn't the white house now call it a terrorist attack? they haven't gone so far as to say it was methodically planned. >> it was a spontaneous, not a premeditated response to what had transpired in cairo. >> what happened in benghazi was not an anti-american protest, it was not as a result of a youtube video. it was an orchestrated anti-american terrorist attack. okay. meanwhile in tripoli, libya's president joined mourners at a memorial for ambassador stevens and three americans who were killed in that attack. a notebook kept by the colorado movie theater shooting suspect was at the center of arguments during a court hearing. james holmes appearing in court with short brown hair instead of the orange that was seen before. prosecutors yesterday gave up their fight to see the notebook that holmes sent to a psychiatrist saying they didn't want to delay proceedings. well, analysts say they could still get their hands on it.
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>> if the defense pleads not guilty by reason of insanity, and i have every expectation they will, then the probability is that the prosecution will get to see this notebook. >> a judge yesterday also agreed to add ten attempted murder charges to the 142 counts holmes already faces. he's accused of killing 12, wounding nearly 60 others in the july attacks. basically they said, we're not going to pursue this because it's going delay proceedings. if he pleads insanity as you heard, they will get their hands on it anyway because he waives privilege. ironically might be able to use it against him, it was premeditated how could it be insanity if premeditated. >> yeah. and the two new felly charges, they haven't been specifically spelled out. he already faces 24 counts of first degree murder. 116 counts of attempted murder. now ten additional counts coming. >> and they said his appearance is different.
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>> yep. >> his hair was shaved and he was a little more alert. looking around the room, looking at the media, family members, smiling at times. moving his mouth, not speaking. still bizarre behavior for him. well, former detroit mayor kwame kilpatrick faces the music today. he and three others go on trial in federal court charged with using the mayor's office to enrich themselves. kilpatrick resigned his office back in 2008 because of another scandal that sent him to prison for 14 months. this trial could last four months and send him back behind bars for a decade if he's convicted. 16 members of an amish community in ohio have been convicted for hate crimes in a bizarre series of hair and beard-cutting attacks. federal prosecutors argued that sam mullet and his followers aimed to humiliate victims over religious differences. the defendants never denied the attacks. but said they stemmed from a family feud. sentencing is scheduled for january. >> mullet, a classic last name. >> how about that. a muller, not mullet. a robber robbed a florida
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convenience store. you might say he got a round of beer on the house. the knife-wielding man, he reached over the counter, yanked a wad of cash from the register. but he didn't get far. look at this. the clerk just grabbing a four-pack of beer and just whipping the cans at the thief. the stunned robber drops the money. runs. but police eventually catch up with him because he smells like beer, i assume. >> that's good improvising there. beer cans. pulling the hockey move. pulling the shirt over. >> that must have hurt. ever been hit by a can of beer? >> no, i don't think i have ever been hit by a can of beer. i've been hurt after consuming cans of beer. >> now we just gave everyone an idea. sorry about that. >> there you go. apple iphone 5 goes on sale today, customers overseas are already picking them up. in japan this morning, smiling apple fans, among the first in the world to get their new phones. apple is expected to sell 50 million phones by the end of the year. abc's tech editor, joanna stern already has one and says it is remarkably thin, light, and fast. >> it's much faster. the network speeds are much faster. websites are basically just popping up.
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so there's a real difference between this and past 3g iphones. >> all right. stern says the iphone's main advantage over the best droid phones, much easier to use. but there are already complaints about apple's new maps app full of errors. people want google maps back. >> siri, should we get the new iphone 5? >> he didn't answer. she didn't answer. >> i'm not sure what to say. >> there you have it. >> okay. think you should. >> the jury's still out. >> siri, is the 5 better than the 4? probably same thing. >> we're moving on. here is your friday forecast, everybody. morning fog in the northeast, late-day showers pittsburgh to detroit. louisville. you've got to say it like you have marbles in your mouth. >> louisville, louisville. >> mix of rain/snow. in northern minnesota and wisconsin. >> windy. >> windy at times with scattered showers and thunderstorms throw much of florida. florida. >> mostly 80s in the southeast. upper 60s and 70s in the middle of the country and northeast. 93 in dallas. 103 phoenix.
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here's a pretty hot shot from a high school soccer game in massachusetts. >> straight from a corner kick, a one-legged player who uses crutching durs the game. look at this. volleys the ball straight past everybody right into the goal. nicoli is a senior at concord carlisle regional high in concord, massachusetts. that is awesome. >> it's totally awesome. look how fast he is on the crutches. he's no one-shot wonder either. he also plays on the u.s. national amputee soccer team. after that goal, you can see why. look at how quick he moves. >> he is -- has got some athletic prowess. he at age 13 became the first person ever to summit mt. kilimanjaro on crutches. >> that's awesome. >> yeah. he scores a goal every now and then too. so good for him. >> cool dude. >> mm-hmm. coming up, a memorable witness in the o.j. simpson case changing his story. fine dining served in prison by prisoners? what diners have to say about correction system cuisine. a la cuisine. you're watching "world news
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♪ be our guest be our guest ♪ put our service to the test ♪ tie your napkin around your neck, cherie ♪ ♪ and we provide the rest. >> i like that song. there is a fantastic new restaurant in the most unlikely of places. >> it's called the clink and not for the clink of glasses but for the location. we have more from the bbc's heil griffith. >> reporter: meet the chefs, serving a long stretch. the clink offers fresh crab ravioli and goat's cheese tarts and mates like canyon reid hopes that working here will prepare them for release back into the
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community. >> it's the first time i have had a proper job, so it's a good experience at the end of the day. >> reporter: the food at the restaurant is a world away from what the inmates eat themselves. they're paid 12 pound a week. but the clink denies that they're being exploited. all the prisoners who work in the clink are category d, the lowest risk. most within months of finishing their sentence. but the ministry of justice insist they're not being given an easy time or an unfair advantage when it comes to competing for work on the outside. >> prison isn't just about punishment. prison is also about public protection. it's also about rehabilitation. >> reporter: if it's to survive the fickle restaurant business, the clink will need to be more than just a novelty. the first diners seemed impressed with the quality of the food. >> i had the rabbit, and it's absolutely delicious. the atmosphere here is lovely, it's much more relaxed than i thought it was going to be. the decor was fantastic. >> i came down here today as a
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bit of a tester, and i thought it was excellent. absolutely superb. >> i chose the beef cheeks, which i was expecting to be quite tender. they're in a red wine sauce, which is very rich. but it's very nice. >> reporter: the ministry of justice already has plans to open two clinks a year across the uk, meaning fine dining behind bars could be on the way to a prison near you. >> you have to trust them with the knives? >> yeah, you do. i know these are not violent, violent offenders. these are kind of low-grade offenders. >> yes. >> pretty cool. 15 prisoners who work within farms and gardens at another jail. they harvest a lot of crops that get put into the dishes. >> remember the scene from "shawshank redemption." morgan freeman was having a problem reintegrating. it helps them reintegrate, ex-jailbirds, cons like me, reintegrate. it's exciting. they have something valuable and tangible to add to society. >> what are you whipping up?
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>> shish kabob. >> shackle sandwich. >> yeah, got that from upstairs from sandy. wonderful director. >> give credit where credit is due. >> actually pretty cool. and the reoffending rate is only 31% as opposed to 61%. for those that have not participated in the program. >> it's a good thing. >> teach a man to fish. don't just give him one. >> bingo. there you go. coming up, we'll be seeing much more of heidi klum, and she says she's not happy about it. >> you might be happy about it. and could an arrest cause fiona apple's career to go up in smoke. wasn't it already in smoke? it's all next. >> announcer: abc's "world news now" will continue after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ skinny so skinny all right. so heidi klum not ashamed to dress down into her skivvies, her bra and untderwear obviousl as a victoria's secret model. she apparently likes to take it off, too, when she is on vacation. >> in france. >> yes. >> okay. european. >> yes.
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she's now threatening to sue because there, of course, were some pics taken of her topless on a private beach, a secluded beach. she was with her bodyguard, now boyfriend, without a bikini top. it's, the photos have surfaced on several websites on vacation. and she is claiming that she potentially could sue over these topless pics. she's kind of waits to see how the kate middleton situation unfolds to see whether or not she should sue. >> i don't know. i guess she is not a royal. little different. if you are going to, if you are going to have them out there they're bound to get photoed. right? >> my feeling, if you are a celebrity, just keep it on. if you know what i mean? >> unless you truly don't care, right? >> yes, exactly. all right. kato kaelin, world's famous house guest, o.j. simpson's house guest, seems he can't get his story straight whether or not he thinks o.j. did or not. according to tmz, brian kato kaelin is denying reports that he said he definitely knows simpson killed his wife. do i feel he is guilty, yes. but can i prove it, no, he told headline news last week. he also reportedly told another
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paper, "the new york post," the statute of limitations passed now i can say, yes, he did it. so apparently he's talking. >> hemming and hawing. he's backtracking, backpedaling. >> he says he did, he didn't. yeah, a little discrepancy there. oh, moving on. fiona apple, she's been bad, bad girl. >> really? >> arrested, released on bond, drug possession. >> okay. >> yes, she was at a border checkpoint in texas. and her tour bus was pulled over. and the little dog-sniffing, drug-sniffing dog discovered that she had pot. she was hauled to the county jail. and during the mug shot, she keeps her eyes closed and had a serious expression on her face. she freely admitted it belonged toll her and she sprung bond the next day, $10,000. there she is, mug shot. >> that is some mug shot there. >> that is the jumpsuit they gave her in prison. >> what would you do if you had to do your mug shot?
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would you smile? would you look morose? what would you do? i don't know. there is no way to win on a mug shot. >> never crossed my mind i would break the law. i would never break the law. >> i think i would smile. what the heck. put your best foot forward. lindsay lohan arrest, the video supports the chef's claim thal hi actually was a hit-and-run victim. i'm giving credit to where the credit is true. but it also says that the chef might be exaggerating about it a little bit, that his injuries might be exaggerated. he says that -- "the daily news" says that he fell to the side and was in so much pain. apparently the video doesn't really show him falling after being struck. it shows him immediately twirling around and following the car down the ramp. yeah, it looks like he was hit. but, yeah, maybe he is making the most of it so to speak. she is still on probation. >> she is. speaking of lilo, she and ghiet that finds himself in the headlines for all the wrong reasons, charlie schenn have a
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trist in the upcoming movie "scary movie 5." and there's a picture i want to show you. it is truly scary.
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you're watching "world news you're watching "world news now." >> sleep is overrated. ♪ tgif. it is -- finally friday. >> love that day. >> and it's been a super busy week in the news. >> yep. from the battles of war to the fights of politics, here's our "friday rewind." >> this was a very deliberate, well planned, well executed attack by the taliban that created chaos and mayhem on a base that should have been more secure. >> i am fed up with watching our seriously good soldiers waste their lives, have their lives
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wasted by people who are meant to be our friends. >> this has got to be making them rethink this, and prince harry too. i doubt he would want anyone to be in a more dangerous position because of his presence. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. all right. there are 47% who are with him, dependent upon him, who believe they're victim, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, you name it. >> one of the things i have learned as president is, you represent the entire country. and my expectation is that if you want to be president, you've got to work for everybody, not just for some. >> our campaign has a secret weapon. and that secret weapon is speaking right now in tulsa, oklahoma. let's take a look. >> hello, i'm mitt romney. and i understand the hardships facing ordinary americans. for example, this summer, one of my horses failed to medal at the olympics.
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so i know hardship! >> this type of photography, this type of journalism simile won't be tolerated. >> whatever the amount of damages the french court will award, it will be a fraction of the publicity that the magazine will have gained. >> this contract is a break with past practices and brings a fundamental change that benefits our children. >> trust is going to be a big issue. it's going to see how this contract is enforced. >> oh, so much better! oh. how are my little triplets doing? >> did you see this commercial by the way? did you see that? >> i didn't. i didn't. >> see, you missed a lot while you were away. >> what was the commercial? >> for one of the water companies, not vitamin water, gosh almighty, other water. >> smart water. >> smart water. yeah. >> takes off this thing, secret camera at home. she's got the belly. better keep reading. and tweet us some pictures. high speed internet at home
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